The Relationship Of Hr Professionals' Online Experiences With Perceptions Of Organizational Hiring And Promotion Of Online Graduates, Gundars Egons Kaupins, James Edward Wanek, Malcolm Paulin Coco
Management Faculty Publications and Presentations
Based on a survey of 264 human resources professionals from 10 Society for Human Resource Management chapters in Texas, the authors investigated how human resources professionals accept online degrees compared to degrees based on face-to-face coursework for hiring and promotion purposes. If respondents were satisfied with their own online course experiences, they were most likely to view their organization as treating an online bachelor’s or master’s degree as equivalent to a traditional degree for hiring or promotion purposes. Having had online courses in the past or having completed an online degree had no similar and significant association with ...
Purdue University Dance Marathon: Creating Value For Pudm And The Student Community, 2014 Purdue University
Purdue University Dance Marathon: Creating Value For Pudm And The Student Community, Erik Moeller
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement
No abstract provided.
Exchange Rate, Market Size And Human Capital Nexus Foreign Direct Investment – A Bound Testing Approach For Pakistan, Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry, Mian Saqib Mehmood, Asif Mehmood, Bahaudin G. Mujtaba
Mian Saqib Mehmood
This study investigates the role of exchange rate, market size and human capital for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). In this regard, time series data on annual basis has been collected for the period 1985–2010 and an Augmented Dickey–Fuller (ADF) and Phillips–Perron (PP) unit root tests are utilized to determine the stationarity of the variables. An autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) bounds testing approach to co-integration was applied as all the variables in the model are first level stationary, e.g. I(1). The empirical findings of this study confirm the long run relationship among the variables. However ...
Designing A Comprehensive Anti-Corruption Strategy For The Private Sector, 2014 Northeastern University
Designing A Comprehensive Anti-Corruption Strategy For The Private Sector, V-Tsien Gaius Fan
Criminology and Justice Policy Dissertations
I examine the possibility of designing a comprehensive anti-corruption counterstrategy for the private sector. The first prong of my study determines the relationships between the environment, management, and business controls in their effect on combating corruption. Quantitative analysis of data from the World Bank's Enterprise Surveys was performed in order to frame a proper context in which measures against corruption can be considered. These relationships were then considered in the subcontext of region, industry, and company size to determine variation. Results show that business controls are generally resilient to the effects of management. Management effects are resilient to environmental ...
The Power Deep In Org Chart: Leading From The Middle, 2014 University of Kentucky
The Power Deep In Org Chart: Leading From The Middle, Jennifer A. Bartlett
Library Faculty Publications
This "New and Noteworthy" review column focuses on recent publications involving the recognition and development of leadership skills at all levels of the library organization, not only those positions at the top of the organizational chart.
Implementation Of A New Enterprise Resource Planning System, 2014 Western Kentucky University
Implementation Of A New Enterprise Resource Planning System, Lacy Payne
Masters Theses & Specialist Projects
The objective of this thesis was to upgrade an Enterprise Resource planning system that was outdated into a new age Enterprise resource planning system based centered on a scheduling algorithm. This was a key change that needed to be made to transform the company from old thinking to new. Primarily the testing of this implementation was done through mapping of processes, followed by trial and error, and finally improving and sustaining the processes it took to use the system correctly. The mapping of the processes was completed by the Process Manager as well as the Lead, Supervisor, or Manager of ...
A Review On Literatures In Planning And Managing Of Islamic Wealth Distribution (2001-2013), 2014 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A Review On Literatures In Planning And Managing Of Islamic Wealth Distribution (2001-2013), Muhammad Ridhwan Ab. Aziz, Mohammad Noorizzuddin Nooh, Khairil Faizal Khairi, Fuadah Johari, Azrul Azlan Iskandar Mirza, Nurul Izzati Nordin
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
One of the roles of planning and managing wealth distribution is to avoid assets from continuously remain frozen. Thus, managing and planning Islamic wealth distribution is an important attempt in order to make sure Muslims community is well protected. There are various types of instruments applied in managing and planning wealth distribution that follows Shariah rules. Thus, the objective of this article is to examine the related literatures in planning and managing of Islamic wealth distribution between years 2001-2013. The methodology of this article is through qualitative research based on document-analysis on previous articles and literatures on Islamic wealth distribution ...
Made In China, 2014 Colby College
Made In China, Hannah Beech
For toymaker Dennis Ting '60, the challenge of running a giant factory in China isn't always kids' stuff.
When Does A Platform Create Value By Limiting Choice?, 2014 SelectedWorks
When Does A Platform Create Value By Limiting Choice?, Ramon Casadesus-Masanell, Hanna Halaburda
We present a theory for why it might be rational for a platform to limit the number of applications available on it. Our model is based on the observation that even if users prefer application variety, applications often also exhibit direct network effects. When there are direct network effects, users prefer to consume the same applications to benefit from consumption complementarities. We show that the combination of preference for variety and consumption complementarities gives rise to (i) a commons problem (to better satisfy their individual preference for variety, users have an incentive to consume more applications than the number that ...
Retaliating Against Customer Interpersonal Injustice In A Singaporean Context: Moderating Roles Of Self-Efficacy And Social Support, Violet Ho, Naina Gupta
Management Faculty Publications
Few studies have examined the relationship between customer injustice and employees' retaliatory counterproductive behaviors toward customers, and those that have done so have been conducted in a Western setting. We extend these studies by examining the relationship in a Singaporean context where retaliatory behaviors by employees might be culturally constrained. While the previously established positive relationship between customer injustice and counterproductive behaviors was not replicated using peer-reported data from employees across two hotels in Singapore, we found that individuals' self-efficacy and perceived social support moderated it. Specifically, the injustice-to-counterproductive behaviors relationship was positive for individuals with high self-efficacy, and for ...
A Conceptualization And Empirical Examination Of The Effects Of Marketing Alignment On Franchising Relationships, 2014 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A Conceptualization And Empirical Examination Of The Effects Of Marketing Alignment On Franchising Relationships, Joseph Matthes
Dissertations and Theses from the College of Business Administration
Franchising is a widely utilized business format that continues to grow in popularity both domestically and abroad. Through the recruitment of franchisees as agents, franchisors are able to access additional resources and rapidly expand their networks. The marketing relationship between franchising partners presents unique opportunities and challenges due to this captive and codependent channel structure. In order to fill a gap in the literature and better understand franchisee-franchisor relationships, the author conceptualizes marketing alignment as being comprised of both agreement and cooperation across the dimensions of strategies, operations, and values. A conceptual model is developed that addresses the following research ...
Aviation Managers’ Perspective On The Importance Of Education, 2014 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Aviation Managers’ Perspective On The Importance Of Education, Jason M. Newcomer, James W. Marion Jr, Matthew P. Earnhardt
International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that working adults with at least a four-year college degree earned an annual average salary of $63,400 compared to the $24,300 salary of high school graduates with no college. The purpose of this quantitative non-experimental study was to survey managers in the U.S. aviation industry to describe their perspective on how education has impacted them. Following a robust review of the literature, we analyzed the responses from 103 managers’ and discovered that there is a significant association between degree importance and level of education among aviation managers that has application ...
Employee Voice And Recipients' Appraisals/Reactions: The Effects Of Speech Style, Voice Type, And Voicer Status, Yongsuhk Jung
University of Western Ontario - Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
The purpose of this research was to investigate the consequences of employee voice (i.e., the expression of information, ideas, or concerns for organizational development), primarily focusing on voice assertiveness (i.e., the extent of voicing individuals’ assertive expressions) and its influences on perceptual appraisals and reactions of voice recipients. Based on a literature review, I proposed a process model that described the influential mechanisms of voice assertiveness. I also defined moderating conditions that may guide the nature of the influence processes, such as voice type (promotive voice vs. prohibitive voice), voicer status (subordinate vs. peer), and recipient core self-evaluations ...
The Magic Of (A)Ffective Management, 2014 Purdue University
The Magic Of (A)Ffective Management, Ryan Weir
Charleston Library Conference
(A)ffective management is a people-first approach to managing employees. After all, employees and supervisors are people first. No matter how hard any individual may try, inevitably the stress and strain of life outside of work can and will bleed through into the work environment. The (A)ffective and effective manager understands this and incorporates this understanding into how he/she interacts with superiors and subordinates in the work environment on a daily basis. This article offers strategies on how to be an (A)ffective manager.
Assessing Customer Service In Airports – Models From The Uae, 2014 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Assessing Customer Service In Airports – Models From The Uae, Aman Gupta, Mohammed Arif, Phillip A. Richardson
International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace
Customer service at airports has become a key priority for airport operators given the high degree of competitions. This paper uses an airport customer service model to analyze three examples from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Passenger interviews, statistical information, customer feedback and other forms of information have been utilized to learn more about the customer view on the quality of service offered at these three airports. Detailed qualitative analysis of these case studies has highlighted some key issues in the area of customer service and identifies some opportunities for improvement.
Leadership: Walking The Walk Matters!, 2014 SelectedWorks
Leadership: Walking The Walk Matters!, Rebecca Tinch
No abstract provided.
Cipto Junaedy Sang Pelopor, 2014 SelectedWorks
Cipto Junaedy Sang Pelopor, Eyondd Wae Lee Eyondd
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Cipto Junaedy emphasizes that people could own property without a debt that is not pierced themselves with many debts , he also teaches how to get the debt paid off right away so fast . His book had to be reprinted many times in a short period of time . He has changed a lot of people from different backgrounds ; both of artisan meatballs , housewives , nurses , traders , entrepreneurs , developers , store owners , employees , exporters , property investors , owners Bimbel , directors , so they can have a lot of property and the minimum number of children out of debt . Cipto Junaedy also gives seminars in Singapore , teaches ...
Lean Construction, 2014 Bond University
Lean Construction, Jonathan Howell
Public Infrastructure Bulletin
Traditional project delivery and procurement methodology has evolved into an inherently inefficient and adversarial process. Lean construction provides an approach to modern construction that significantly improves collaboration, innovation, delivery, control and quality within projects. Lean construction is based on fundamentals such as maximum value generation, flows of activities, pull demand systems and perfection in execution at every level of the project. For this reason identification of the real value of lean construction within the construction industry is required.
An analysis of traditional methods has revealed significant deficiencies in current delivery methods and efficiency standards. This has subsequently illuminated the key ...
Standardising And Optimising The Project Development Lifecycle: Standardisation Of Project Development Lifecycle Naming Conventions, Richard Wittig
Public Infrastructure Bulletin
The project development phases in the Australian coal mining and processing industry are similar to those used in front end loading for oil and gas development in stages and maturity; however there is no common naming convention for the project development phases in the Australian coal sector. This is causing pricing and estimate accuracy confusion between government agencies, mine developers, engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) providers as well as vendors and industry bodies.
Best Practices And Lessons Learnt From Rtd-Denver's West Light Rail Project, 2014 Bond University
Best Practices And Lessons Learnt From Rtd-Denver's West Light Rail Project, John Elias
Public Infrastructure Bulletin
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides transit service to the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area of 2,337 square miles with 140 bus routes, 10,000 bus stops and 47 miles of light rail over five rail lines. In November 2004, the region passed a sales tax initiative to implement the FasTracks program, a massive, multimodal transit expansion featuring 122 miles of commuter and light rail on six corridors, 18 miles of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), more than 20,000 new parking spaces and the redevelopment of historic Denver Union Station (DUS) as a transit hub for the region.
RTD completed ...